Charro Steak

August 4, 2017

America’s First Family of Mexican Food proudly brings to life in historic downtown Tucson a culinary vision that has been cooking in their thoughts since way back in 1922 when they first started in business.  And like their famous affiliate, El Charro Cafe, Charro Steak is named after the Charro horsemen of Mexico and inspired […]


Taqueria El Pueblito

October 29, 2015

Delicious Authentic Mexican Food! Jalisco Style.


Street Taco & Beer Co.

January 9, 2015


Seis Kitchen and Catering

June 3, 2014

Presenting upscale Award-winning Regional Mexican Cuisine from 6 culinary regions of Mexico at Mercado San Agustin in Tucson, AZ. We invite you into the Seis Kitchen to experience the sights, sounds and smells of Mexico’s beloved street food at its finest- warm handmade tortillas, hot off the griddle quesadillas, fire-roasted salsas or artisan tortas, Seis […]


Penca

August 26, 2011

Cuisine of central Mexico and international bar located in the heart of your own downtown Tucson.    


Little Cafe Poca Cosa

June 3, 2011

Open weekdays for breakfast and lunch. This diminutive off shoot of the Davila legacy puts considerable effort into vegan and vegetarian choices that can please even the most Neanderthal of carnivores.


La Cocina Restaurant

June 3, 2011

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday and Monday. Southwestern and American cuisine served in a Spanish-style courtyard and patio.


El Minuto Cafe

June 3, 2011

Open for lunch and dinner. The tile floors here reverberate with live Mariachi entertainment and the sound of servers’ feet hustling back and forth with quesadillas, cheese crisps, and lots of carne seca and menudo.


El Charro Cafe

June 3, 2011

Open for lunch and dinner. Traditional Sonoran style and innovative Tucson style Mexican Food. Just named one of 21 legendary gourmet restaurants by Classic Cooking Magazine.


Alejandro’s Cafe

June 1, 2011

Open weekdays for breakfast and lunch. A cross between fast-casual Mexican (or Fast-Mex) and a more traditional Mexican eatery, the fare at this modest but comfortable spot is in the style of the state of Jalisco.


Cafe Poca Cosa

May 27, 2011

Open for lunch and dinner. Your out-of-town guest may be a little thrown off by the menu board brought in lieu of traditional menus, but the everchanging, Latin American creations of Suzana Davila will more than make up for it at this upbeat, urban gathering place.